| Do you offer technical support?
The FAQs, and Help section should answer almost every question. Please look through these sections carefully and you will likely find the information you need. Because this is a free bonus calendar, we will not be available to answer any phone or fax requests. You can, however, reach us through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, which provides a detailed automated response covering most common technical questions and requests.
How do I access Page-A-Day Online Calendars?
Currently, Page-A-Day Online Calendars are only available on the web and through daily HTML e-mails for registered users. If you're a first-time subscriber, you can register here using your favorite web browser. If you have an account from a previous year, add a Page-A-Day calendar to your account by going to My Account and clicking on Add New Calendar.
How can I receive my Page-A-Day Online Calendar as a daily HTML e-mail?
First, you must be a registered Page-A-Day Online Calendar user, with a working e-mail account that accepts HTML e-mails, registered for the current calendar year. To opt in for this feature, visit the Manage My Account section, check the checkbox beside the HTML option and click "Save." The last calendar you viewed online that's in the current calendar year will be e-mailed to you each day.
Can I receive multiple daily emails if I have more than one ID code?
Our system is only able to send one daily email per registered account, but if you want to receive multiple emails, you should make sure you're logged out of your original account, register a different email address, and use your second ID code to get a free online Page-A-Day calendar for that address. If you have multiple calendars from the current year on one account, the system will automatically send the last one viewed while logged in at the site.
Do I have to view my Page-A-Day Calendar as an HTML e-mail?
No, you can continue to visit the site every day if you prefer, or if your e-mail account does not accept HTML e-mails. Even if you opt in for the HTML e-mail feature, your account at Pageaday.com is yours to view, just as always, through the year. You can opt in and out of this new feature without deleting your Pageaday.com by unchecking the box on your My Account page.
I'm not receiving my daily emails. What can I do?
If your emails suddenly stop arriving or never arrive, make sure that email@example.com is in your email Contacts list. Then, log in to the account in question, go to your My Account page and make sure you are opted in for HTML emails. You should also view the current day's calendar page by selecting it from the drop-down menu and clicking Go.
Why isn't my Page-A-Day® Calendar available as an Online Calendar?
Unfortunately, each year there are a handful of Page-A-Day® calendars that we are unable to reproduce in the online format for copyright reasons or due to production complexity. We hope that you find another Page-A-Day® calendar among those available online to enjoy.
Do Page-A-Day Gallery Calendars come with a free Page-A-Day® Online Calendar?
Only our original Page-A-Day® Calendars come with this bonus feature.
How do I contact Page-A-Day Calendars to ask a non-technical question?
Please write to Workman Publishing's e-mail account with questions about our calendars and books: firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that technical questions concerning Pageaday.com that are received at this account will be redirected to email@example.com.
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What browsers do you support?
Our online calendars work with the following browsers and platforms:
* Internet Explorer 4.0+
* Mozilla 1.0+
* Netscape 6.0+
* Opera 4.02+
* Internet Explorer 5.0+
* Mozilla 1.0+
* Netscape 6.0+ (6.1+ on OS X)
* Opera 5.0+
Note: Netscape 4.x and earlier on either Windows or Macintosh may work, but not well. Please upgrade your browser.
How does the calendar work?
Explore the calendar choices first. Theres nothing you can do to break it, and its been designed with the most attention paid to usability. However, if you find yourself stuck, click on "Help" in the left column.
Why didn't my calendar come with a diskette?
Because making our calendars available to you online means there's nothing you have to install. Another benefit of this is that you can access your calendar from any computer with internet access: work, home, your mother's... anyplace! Using this approach, we've also been able to add features like print and e-mail a friend so that you can share the content you enjoy so much with your friends, coworkers and relatives.
Where did the Page-a-Day® Calendar originate?
Workman, in fact, invented the Page-a-Day® Calendar, which is why you see this "®" symbol on our product and throughout our communication. The first Page-a-Day® Calendars were announced in the spring of 1979365 New Words-a-Year, 365 Jokes, Puns and Riddles, and 365 Women. Two of those titlesWords and Jokesare still being published today. Along the way Workman pioneered Page-a-Day Calendars with picturesfirst black and white, and then colorPage-a-Day® Calendars for kids, Page-a-Day® Horoscope Calendars, Page-a-Day Stickies Calendars (with pages that stick), Page-a-Day® Perpetuals, and the Page-a-Day® Online Calendar. Of course today many companies publish boxed, padded calendars, but were still the original, and were the only ones offering Online Calendars!
How do I buy a Page-a-Day® Calendar if my local store has run out?
Our calendars are published like bookswith the same care and attention to detailand theyre also sold like books, although the market expands far beyond the traditional bookstore. Youll find them in the big chain bookstores and independent bookstores, in warehouse clubs, department stores, gift stores, mass market retailers, mail order catalogs, and through online merchants. Click on Calendars at the top and youll find our complete list of calendars as well as a selection of online retailers.
Are the moons accurate?
Yes they are. For the Page-A-Day® Online Calendars we used a highly accurate and popular algorithm to measure the moon phases.